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Stories for Dec. 1, 2011
The president hosts the White House Tribal Nations Conference in the middle of government contraction.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Crosscut's guide to a culturally enriching weekend in the city. Or at least some fun.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Gregoire won't let the 737 MAX deal keep her from pushing an incentive package to expand aerospace training. Nick Hanauer mocks the pretensions of the rich who think they are the sun kings of job creation. The governor gets set to toss a curve at the feds on medical-marijuana prosecution.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Fifteen years of experience at retirement facilities has given Mark Cherniack the makings of his one-man show, in which he captures a variety of characters well.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A Crosscut reporter who covered the Berkeley drama of Dec. 2, 1964, that made Mario Savio a leader of a similar movement wonders about the prospects for today's activist movement.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
The Christian season of Advent is often overlooked; we could do well to learn from its patient, measured spirit.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS
Opponents of rail transit tend to talk up the advantages of bus rapid transit. But are they even serious about promoting fast buses?READ MORE 26 COMMENTS
Another fuel truck wrecks and gushes gasoline, this time on I-405. Double-walled tanks might prevent such spills, but don't hold your breath waiting for them.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS